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Across Ždánice Forest to Kyjov Region

Itinerary: Bučovice – Kloboučky – U kříže – U Slepice – Lovčice (odb. Ždánice a zpět) – Nechvalín – Ostrovánky - Bukovany – Kyjov – Kostelec - Vlkoš – Vracov – Bzenec
Trail length: 52 km
Characteristics : An attractive, sporting bicycle ride across the Central-Moravian Carpathians, leading in a beautiful nature, from the agricultural region of Litava in the Haná area, through beech forests on the ridge of the Ždánice forest, down to the wine-growing regions of Kyjov and Bzenec of the larger region of Slovácko. On a short distance, within this tour presenting the diverse variability of the landscape and folklore of the Eastern part of South Moravia, we will explore this region of plentiful vineyards, discover oil springs and admire the Carpathian beech forests adjoining to the intensively cultivated agricultural landscape. The less tourists are acquainted with the broken terrain of the Ždánice Forest the more nooks and monuments it hides.
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Along Hornická cycle trail through Rosice and Oslavany regions

Itinerary: Oslavany - Zbýšov - Babice u Rosic - Zastávka - Chroustovské údolí - Říčky - Javůrek - Domašov - Rudka - Litostrov - Zbraslav - Příbram na Moravě - Vysoké Popovice - Lukovany - Ketkovice - Oslavany
Trail length: 56 km
Characteristics : From a magical valley of the river Oslava to the Bílý potok (White brook) through former Rosice-Oslavany coal mining region to see mining landmarks.
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Along the Lichtenstein trail – to see UNESCO sights

Itinerary: Valtice – Rendez-vous – Three Graces – Janův castle – Lednice – Border chateau - Hlohovec - Valtice
Trail length: 27,9 km
Characteristics : An easy ride through Lednice-Valtice area offers a unique landscape experience which, thanks to its outstanding value, is listed in the UNESCO world heritage site. Romantic structures as well as parks and gardens appear unexpectedly in the middle of the forest, which the Lichtensteins build here at the southeast region of Moravia.
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Along the Moravian Wine Trail through Mikulov region – sunny Italy at the foot of the Palava hills

Itinerary: Jevišovka – Drnholec – Novosedly – Nový Přerov – Březí – Mikulov - Pavlov – Dolní Věstonice – Strachotín - Pouzdřany
Trail length: 51,4 km
Characteristics : Pálava is a region of unique architecture and rich multicultural history, imprinted spirit of tolerance and abundant Nature wonders. The region offers first-class cycling experiences and the course of the Mikulov wine trail running through Mikulov wine sub-region will help you learn about Moravian borderlands.
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Along the Moravian Wine Trail through Slovácko region – through Slovácko region vineyards to traditional culture

Itinerary: Čejč – Čejkovice – Starý Poddvorov – Mutěnice – Dubňany – Ratíškovice – Milotice – Kyjov – Vlkoš – Bzenec
Trail length: 63,7 km
Characteristics : The countryside in Slovácko region is as varied as local folk costumes, traditions, and wine. Safe ride along quiet tertiary roads and cycle paths becomes a relaxing and enjoyable way to learn about the local traditions.
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Along the Moravian Wine Trail through Velkopavlovicko region – through the region of Blue hills

Itinerary: Pouzdřany – Popice – Hustopeče – Velké Pavlovice – Němčičky – Bořetice – Kobylí – Klobouky – Krumvíř - Čejč
Trail length: 64,7 km
Characteristics : The Moravian Wine Trail runs along tertiary roads, cycle paths, and quiet roads through the inspiring country of “Blue hills” as well as woodless country without a shade. You will enjoy short uphills and long-distance views at the edge of the Ždánický les, beauty of traditional architecture, silence and harmony of neat villages, as well as relaxing ride among fields and vineyards.
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Along the Prague Trail in the land of Lords of Pernstein

Itinerary: Bystřice nad Pernštejnem - Pernštejn Castle - Nedvědice - Černvír - Doubravník - Prudká - Lomnice u Tišnova - Lomnička - Předklášteří - Tišnov
Trail length: 40,4 km
Characteristics : Take this trail and marvel at the beautiful countryside and sights in the land ruled for centuries by one of the richest and most influential aristocratic families – the Lords of Pernstein. On the trail running between the towns of Bystřice nad Pernštejnem and Tišnov you will visit romantic Gothic-style Pernštejn Castle, no less interesting Cistercian monastery Porta Coeli and particularly, you will admire the beautiful nature scenery formed for millennia by the River Svratka. Listen to the story about how a buffalo got onto the coat of arms of the family of Pernstein, get enchanted by the sound of church songs or just by the murmur of river rapids.
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Along the Znojmo Wine Trail – Cycling through region whose history was inspired by wine

Itinerary: Znojmo – Havraníky – Šatov – Chvalovice - Vrbovec – Slup – Jaroslavice – Hrádek – Dyjákovice – Hevlín - Jevišovka
Trail length: 66,8 km
Characteristics : The Moravian Wine Trail connects the ancient town of Znojmo with Uherské Hradiště, the capital of Slovácko region. It offers cycling through a region boasting its good wine, rich history and living tradition. There are 70 wine villages along the trail, ten preserved nature sites and the most significant historical and architecture sights of the region.
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Around Brno Lake Trail

Itinerary: Brno Dam, quay – Brno Lake, dam – Swimming baths Sokolské koupaliště - Osada - Zouvalka - Junácká louka meadow - Chudčice - Veverská Bítýška - Mečkov - Veveří Castle - Ríšova studánka spring - Kočičí žleb valley - Brno Lake, quay
Trail length: 29,9 km
Characteristics : On your cycle trip around the Brno Dam you will mostly cycle on unmarked trails on paved roads, as well as off-road through breathtaking countryside. Along the trail that deliberately avoids busy road traffic you will visit two major attractions located around Brno Lake – the Jarošův mlýn mill in Veverská Bítýška and Veveří Castle.
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Heart of South Moravia Trail to Jewels of Blansko and Vyškov Regions

Itinerary: Blansko - Skalní mlýn - Punkevní jeskyně - Pustý žleb - hotel Břoušek - Ostrov u Macochy - Balcarka - Vilémovice - Rudice - Jedovnice - Ruprechtov - Opatovická přehrada - Dědice – Vyškov
Trail length: 53,7 km
Characteristics : The picturesque cycle trail connects towns of Blansko and Vyškov through the massif of the Drahanská vrchovina hills, the most beautiful places of the Moravian Karst and Vyškov region. The trail runs along marked cycle trails and tourist paths and its profile makes it suitable for less capable cyclists. The whole trail is equipped with 11 information boards accompanying the points of interest. The trail has its own internet portal www.srdinko.cz and a printed guidebook available in any tourist information centre along the way.
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